Boston >Ducali Pizzeria & Bar
Homemade Italian in Little Itally.
We came to the North End not not realizing it was St Anthony fest weekend. Walked into Ducali Pizzeria and the Sangria and the Antipast as well as the pizza made us feel right at home. Quick service, amazing food and spectacular area of town. All good,
"Thanks for making our weekend in Boston" a magical time!
Thin-crust pizzeria shines as unpretentious spot for a beer. Named after Parma’s soccer team, Ducali Pizzeria is off to a winning start. The restaurant is located directly in front of the Charlestown bridge and studded with knick-knacks. All of the objets d’art are Italian, but hardly any of them coordinate--and the jumble is what makes it fun. But as for the front-and-center pizza, the thin, crunchy and slightly charred crust from the brick oven allows the toppings to shine. Specialty combinations include steak and gorgonzola cheese, as well as the traditional Margherita and an eggplant, mushroom and zucchini offering. A well-stocked bar makes this more than just a place to grab a slice; you’re invited to relax, sip some sangria or nurse one of the multiple beers on tap.
North End, West End gets a saucy dose of Neapolitan pizza. Just bring yourself, and the fresh pizza, beer on draft and chill-out vibe will come to you. This casual West End arrival courts the hungry with easy, yet well-appointed antipasti, panini and pizza--from "tre porcellini" (sausage, salami, pancetta) to "rugola" (arugula and mozzarella, drizzled with truffle oil).
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